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Five Oaks Farm Kitchen Opens in Sevierville



Five Oaks Farm Kitchen, 1638 Parkway in Sevierville, offers fresh, flavorful Southern dishes served in a warm, inviting two-story farmhouse-inspired restaurant. Five Oaks Farm Kitchen opens daily at 7:30 am and serves breakfast, lunch and supper.

The breakfast menu includes thick “ring baked” griddle cakes, casseroles, scratch-made biscuits and benedicts. Lunch offers fresh salads, hearty soups and sides complementing farm table classics and smoke house selections like the chicken casserole, sugar cured ham steak and pork ribs. Supper features rich, full flavors from the smoke house and comforting farm table dishes like chicken and dumplings, rainbow trout and fried chicken.

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